Cure Crate

CBD is very popular these days. CBD has been known to relieve all sorts of ailments from anxiety, to muscle aches, to inflammation. There are a lot of companies out there making a variety of different CBD products but Cure Crate is different. Let me tell you why!

Cure Crate has combined two different industries that I am very excited about. Cure Crate is a customized subscription box of CBD products! How it works is simple. You go to the Cure Crate website and answer a questionnaire. They ask a handful of lifestyle and personal preference questions that help them to formulate the perfect box for you! At the end, you are able to add a custom note if there is something you’d like them to know that wasn’t addressed in the questionnaire. In my note section, I requested all THC free products.

I received four different CBD items in my box and I love them all! I was really pleased with the variety of products that I received. I received some citrus flavored gummies that are delicious. I received some CBD bath salts that smell amazing and are so relaxing, a pineapple + chamomile beverage, and a mint flavored serum. The box also came with a description for all of the products so you know exactly how to use them. Being new to CBD, this was super helpful for me. Another thing that I love about Cure Crate is that their products are vegan and cruelty free. With such a fast growing market, these things definitely set Cure Crate apart for me. These are definitely important things to look for when looking for a new company to support!

Still not convinced? Head on over to the Cure Crate website and fill out the questionnaire for yourselves. It is super easy and the shoppers at Cure Crate are great at what they do!

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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